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Old 02-16-2013, 07:41 AM   #21
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Originally Posted by Terry_P View Post
I have a the 38 Spl version of the LCR and am thinking of trading it on a Smith 642 when I get back home. I am also considering the 340PD but the price may make me rethink that one.

As to the LCR I have had a couple of trigger reset issues which were common with the early models. It is accurate and the trigger is excellent but it is a carry piece and the couple of issues creates doubt. I like the weight because it is exclusively for pocket carry but it is just butt ugly. My thoughts are unless you plan to pocket carry then get an SP101.
+1 Also makes it into the house under my ugly rule - barely, but I could let it in the door.
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Old 02-16-2013, 11:46 AM   #22
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Old 02-16-2013, 12:41 PM   #23
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+1 Also makes it into the house under my ugly rule - barely, but I could let it in the door.
My SP has the grips with the inserts and I bought a set of Jim's (41 Magnum) panels and it dressed it up nicely.
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Old 02-20-2013, 02:31 PM   #25
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Lcr makes a good back up or inclement weather gun, it is not to be
seen until used.
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Late to the party, but I just joined and found this thread. Hello, Sightngrl !! I've missed your wit since I left the "other forum"..........

I have the .357 for carry, and the .22 for practice and fun.

I'm a bit of a dinosaur, so I barely live with the grip frames being plastic. At least the main frames are metal. I would like the .22 better if it's frame was stainless like the .357, and I'd like both better with a brushed finish instead of the black coatings. The .22's coating is more fragile than what's on the .357, and it's a royal pain cleaning around the forcing cone without scraping the coating.

I do like the triggers. The .357's is the best I've ever felt on a snub. I got lucky with my .22 and got a good trigger. It seems to be only a couple pounds heavier than the .357. It was the best of three in the store, and better than any I tried after.
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